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Bangalore: During his first stopover on his four-day visit to India here on Saturday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy called for a permanent seat for India in the U.N. Security Council. It was “unthinkable” that a country of ...
Jaitley to clean up Karnataka mess
NEW DELHI: Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley has been given the extraordinary charge of cleaning up the BJP mess in Karnataka. The announcement was made on behalf of BJP president Nitin Gadkari here on Saturday. ...
8 IAS officers to assess rain damage
No decision now on second commitment to Kyoto Protocol: Figueres
“The challenge is also to go beyond the stated positions of various countries and look for areas of compromise”
Clouds over Cancun: Jairam Ramesh
CANCUN: Minister of State for Environment Jairam Ramesh has said there were some clouds over the Cancun horizon and that he was taken aback by Japan's statement that it was not for a commitment to the second phase of the Kyoto ...
President calls for second green revolution
“Measures to bring cultivable land under cultivation must be taken”
Top Maoist leader, 3 associates held
KOLKATA: In a setback to the Maoist movement in West Bengal, a key Maoist leader, known to be a close associate of Maoist Polit Bureau member Kishanji, and three others were arrested by the Special Task Force (STF) of the Kolkata police from ...
Formation of PLGA a turning point in the Maoist movement
HYDERABAD: When Naxalites announced the formation of the People's Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA) a decade ago, security agencies dismissed it as an attempt by the rebels to regroup their cadres and propaganda to boost their perceived ...
Charge sheet filed against Baig, 6 others in German Bakery Case
Pune: The State Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) on Saturday filed a charge sheet against Mirza Himayat Inayat Baig and six others accused in connection with the Pune German Bakery Blast. The other accused, Mohsin Choudhary, Yasin Bhatkal, Riyaz ...
After three days on the run, the tusker gives in
SATHYAMANGALAM: After keeping the Forests Department on tenterhooks for nearly 72 hours, an elephant which strayed out of its habitat in the Thadagam Reserve Forest in Coimbatore district, gave in after getting two shots of a tranquiliser on ...
India seals series with a thumping victory
Gambhir notches up an unbeaten 126 after Zaheer makes a welcome return
Gambhir all praise for his bowlers
Vadodara: Both captains acknowledged the role of the early morning moisture, and therefore the toss, in India's series-clinching nine-wicket win at the post-match press conference on Saturday. “There was always a little bit of help ...
Sathya tests positive, faces two-year ban
NEW DELHI: Sprinter Suresh Sathya who was in the Indian team at the Guangzhou Asian Games, has tested positive for steroid nandrolone. In an out-of-competition test conducted by the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) prior to the team's ...
Voice of Russia coming to Chennai
MOSCOW: In an effort to expand its footprint in India, Russia's veteran radio station Voice of Russia is planning to launch FM broadcasts in Chennai, the company's head said. “We have plans to increase our presence in India and are ...
“U.S. stand on NPT, support for India on UNSC seat not at odds”
India has shown itself to be a responsible global stakeholder: Crowley
Sarkozys make unscheduled visit to the Taj
AGRA: French President Nicolas Sarkozy could not wait to keep his date with Taj Mahal in the company of his wife Carla Bruni. The French First Couple advanced their visit to the monument of love here by a day. Mr. Sarkozy, who had ...
15 villages submerged as river breaches bank
Fire and Rescue Services take up evacuation work
‘Needed: a single, empowered Lokpal to fight corruption'
Santosh Hedge, Prashant Bhushan have drafted alternative bill
Dhow with Pakistanis aboard detained off Lakshadweep
KOCHI: An Indian warship on patrol in the Arabian Sea detained an Iranian dhow, with four Iranians and 15 Pakistanis on board, in India's Exclusive Economic Zone on Friday. The dhow had been sailing nearly 300 nautical miles west of the Bitra ...
Protest against Jaitapur nuclear plant
MUMBAI: With less than two days for French President Nicolas Sarkozy's visit to Mumbai, protests against the Jaitapur nuclear power plant on Saturday grew severe here and at Madban — the village in Ratnagiri district where the project is ...
In India, 3G adoption likely to be tardy
Only one in five urban subscribers is ready to embrace the services, says Nielsen study
India's Nicole Faria is Miss Earth 2010
Event raised 100 million Vietnamese Dong for flood victims
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